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    2. Activists Lay Down Their Arms as Companies Cope With Coronavirus Spread

      Activists Lay Down Their Arms as Companies Cope With Coronavirus Spread
      Being a shareholder activist investor isn't such a good look right now. Executives are struggling to keep their companies afloat and their workers employed as the coronavirus spreads, and activists' demands in many cases seem less pertinent than they did just a few weeks ago. That's led many of the investors to walk away from campaigns or settle them early...
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    3. Occidental Petroleum Reaches Truce With Activist Investor Carl Icahn

      Occidental Petroleum Reaches Truce With Activist Investor Carl Icahn
      In bid to turn around, the company is changing its board, cutting salaries and slashing capital budget Occidental Petroleum Corp., the largest oil producer in the giant Permian Basin, has ceded to activist investor Carl Icahns demands and announced deep spending cuts in a bid to survive the steepest crude-price plunge in decades...
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    4. Delaware Court of Chancery Holds that a Stockholder’s Disagreement with a Board’s Business Judgment and Intent to Pursue a Proxy Contest is Not a “Proper Purpose” for a Section 220 Demand

      Delaware Court of Chancery Holds that a Stockholder’s Disagreement with a Board’s Business Judgment and Intent to Pursue a Proxy Contest is Not a “Proper Purpose” for a Section 220 Demand
      In High River Limited Partnership v. Occidental Petroleum Corp., C.A. No. 2019-0403-JRS, 2019 WL 6040285 (Del. Ch. Nov. 14, 2019) (Slights, V.C.), the Delaware Court of Chancery held that a stockholders mere disagreement with a business decision of a board of directors and intent to pursue a bone fide proxy contest is not a proper purpose to support a demand to inspect the corporations books and records ...
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    5. Icahn Looks to Occidental’s Ex-CEO for Help in Fight With Company

      Icahn Looks to Occidental’s Ex-CEO for Help in Fight With Company
      Occidental Petroleum Corp. Chief Executive Vicki Hollub is eager to move forward following her $38 billion deal to buy Anadarko Petroleum Corp. But first she has to deal with Carl Icahn, who is trying to bring Ms. Hollubs predecessor back into the boardroom. The activist investor has already pushed for four seats on Occidentals board, arguing that Ms. Hollub ignored investors and made costly rookie mistakes in her bid to ...
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    6. Corporate Boards Are Looking for CEOs Who Aren’t Old White Men

      Corporate Boards Are Looking for CEOs Who Aren’t Old White Men
      For most of the past decade, Cheryl Miller has spent her days trying to put more cars on Americas roadsfirst as the treasurer and now as the chief financial officer of AutoNation Inc. , the largest auto retailer in the U.S. And for the past year shes been working on behalf of another of the countrys biggest companies, Tyson Foods Inc. , as one of the newest members of its board ...
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